The University of South Carolina Palmetto College Office of Enrollment Services is pleased that you are considering enrolling in one of the seven online degree completion programs offered by Palmetto College.
Palmetto College brings together the resources of the entire University of South Carolina system to combine the quality of a USC degree with the flexibility of online learning. You choose your pace of study and can select from a wide range of degree offerings. Degrees are offered by USC campuses in Aiken, Beaufort, Columbia and Upstate with support from regional campuses in Lancaster, Salkehatchie, Sumter and Union. You will have access to the same resources as students on any of the USC campuses, including advising, financial aid, library access and other services. Students who have earned at 60* hours of college credit and meet degree grade point requirements can pursue a range of bachelor’s degrees online.
Students interested in pursuing online completion degrees in Liberal Studies, Organizational Leadership and Elementary Education must meet the following requirements:
- 60 College Credit hours
- Cumulative 2.25 GPA
- Previous USC students must be eligible to return to USC
If you are ready to apply to the programs of Liberal Studies, Organizational Leadership and Elementary Education, please visit the following website, https://www.applyweb.com/apply/uscc/index_usccapp.html. Spring 2014 applications are due November 1, 2013 with all required credentials submitted by January 3, 2014. Fall 2014 applications are due July 1, 2014 with all required credentials submitted by August 1, 2014.
If you are interested in applying for the degree programs of Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Human Services, RN to BSN or for more information about Liberal Studies, Organizational Leadership and Elementary Education, please visit http://palmettocollege.sc.edu/.
We look forward to assisting you with your degree completion, with the quality of USC online.
*Students who have not earned 60 hours of college credit and/or satisfied general education requirements should speak with an advisor about options available to them for admissions.